FSP, known for its range of PSUs for desktop PCs, has announced its lineup for COMPUTEX 2024.


As expected, a multitude of series are among the showcased products so to start, the VITA series goes for the budget section, offering bronze to gold efficiency ratings for various system configurations with silent fans for quiet operation while using quality capacitors for reliability and longevity without breaking the bank.

Shifting one tier up there’s the ADVAN series consisting of Bronze, Gold, and Platinum efficiency ratings PSUs for gamers and professionals since they are designed with gaming rigs and workstations in mind. Selected models even have semi-fanless designs for even quieteroperation and smart cable management. With a sleek black matte finish and multiple power fault protection, this is the one to go for a decently powerful rig in 2024.

The last one is the MEGA series the most power-hungry and beastly system out there since it starts from 1000W to 1650W with up to Titanium tier certification with the MEGA TI 1650W model standing at the top. They also feature FDB fans for silent cooling and conformal coating for durability in harsh environments.


Aside from PSU, there will be new PC cases as well with the main highlight being the new FSP AI Workstation case in the form of the U700 model. Supporting dual PSUs and high flexibility of installing multiple GPUs, FSP’s own FSP CANNON PRO 2500W will be the go-to pairing for local HPC systems.

There are also standard consumer models U690, M580, and S380 with 3-sided glass designs, prioritizing practical features such as efficient heat dissipation, support for liquid cooling systems, and easy cable management.

Lastly, a range of CPU coolers air coolers, and AIO liquid coolers will be presented alongside all the aforementioned products. Join FSP at booth L1209A at the 4th Floor of the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1.


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